MSRP $29.99

EFM8UB1 USB Capable 8-bit MCU Starter Kit

The Silicon Labs EFM8UB1 Starter Kit is an excellent starting point to evaluate and develop USB applications on the EFM8UB1 MCUs. The SLSTK2000A starter kit can be used to evaluate the EFM8UB1 set of devices.

This kit includes the most capable MCU in the USB-enabled family, EFM8UB10F16G-A-QFN28, operating up to 50 MHz. The EFM8UB10F16G-A-QFN28 includes 16 kB of flash and 2304 B of RAM.

MSRP $29.99


EFM8UB1 Starter Kit Includes:

  • Integrated debugger
  • LCD display
  • Joystick
  • Pushbuttons
  • Tri-color LED
  • Expansion header
  • 1 mini USB cable

Step 1: Download and Install Simplicity Studio

Get up and running quickly with precompiled demos, application notes, and examples. Use advanced tools including energy profiling to optimize your MCU application. Choose your software package below.

Full Feature Simplicity Studio (select this if you plan to use other technologies from Silicon Labs)

Step 2: Run Demos

Demos are a quick and easy way to evaluate a device without compiling or debugging code.

Follow these easy steps:

1. Plug kit in with USB; Use the port labeled DBG

2. Open Simplicity Studio

3. Select Demos (see screeshot)

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The SLEXP8022C WF200 Wi-Fi Expansion kit + Raspberry Pi includes a built-in Raspberry Pi Connector to get started immediately with Linux development and an EXP Connector to enable development on Silicon Labs' MCUs and Wireless MCUs.

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